As Election Day draws near, a number of prominent Republicans are starting to speak out about the trajectory of Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.
Among the latest is former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker — a 2016 presidential candidate and overall supporter of the Trump administration.
In a recent interview, he pointed to the president’s recent reversal on the use of face masks as a positive development, but he expressed concern about the campaign for another term.
Walker called for more substantial critiques of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his record in public office and less focus on his perceived mental decline.
“They’ve got to be focused and disciplined — not go out on 100 different tangents,” he said.